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If any of you fellas haven`t gotten into reloading yet I hope you don`t throw your brass away, I`m only loading 30-30 right now but I`ll gladly take your 30-30 brass.
Now these fellas shooting big-bore would definately take your brass,its like gold to us so if your not keeping it give a shout out and someone here will surely use it..
Thanx and have a good day all.. OB
 

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I agree. Even today when I was to the range shooting in the snow, I was picking brass out of the snow that others had left behind.
 

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I'm not into reloading as of yet, but have been saving my brass for years because I imagine a time when it will be worth it to start...
 

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i even save brass from my guns that i don't reload for right now, as i might want to in the future. brass cases are the most expensive part of the ammo. primers are cheap, and a pound of powder goes a long ways. my dad use to reload years ago, but hadn't done it in many years. well about 5 or 6 years ago he gave me all of his reloading equipment, a lot of it was older RCBS stuff and was stashed back in a corner of his barn. well i carried it all to the house and cleaned it up, and put it back to work doing what it's suppose to be doing, loading ammo! RCBS use to put a date code on their equipment and most of this stuff is dated late 60's and early 70's. reloading to me adds to my enjoyment of firearms and shooting.
 
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